Deportation And Removal Proceedings In The U.S.

If the Department of Homeland Security believes that you have violated immigration law or that you are here illegally, you may face deportation proceedings. For many people, removal proceedings are devastating, as they can force families apart and cause individuals to lose valuable employment opportunities.

But in some cases, the charges for removability are unfounded or perhaps even incorrect. In these cases, the Department of Homeland Security may not have grounds to force an individual out of the country, meaning an individual can challenge the charges against them. In other cases, immigrants may be able to request relief from removal, depending on the circumstances of their case.

Defending Yourself Against Removal Proceedings

At Delgado Law Firm, PLLC, we know the events that commonly trigger deportation proceedings, such as:

  • Suspicion of an individual's immigration status
  • Allegations of being an undocumented immigrant
  • Expiration of a visa
  • Committing certain crimes

From immigration court to criminal court proceedings, our attorneys know how to handle even the most challenging immigration cases, helping individuals and families alike defend their immigration status. We carefully review our client's case to determine whether or not there are grounds for removal. We then find out if relief from removal is possible through asylum or other means.

If deportation seems likely based on the facts of a case, we can advise clients about other forms of removal relief, such as voluntary departure, which does not carry the typical re-entry ban associated with a removal order.

Defend Your Rights – Contact Delgado Law Firm, PLLC, Today

Even if your immigration status is in question or you are already facing the threat of deportation, you do have rights, such as the right to a lawyer. You have the right to challenge the allegations against you and protect your immigration status. This can be incredibly challenging without legal counsel, which is where our attorneys, David Delgado, can help.

At Delgado Law Firm, PLLC, we understand what you are going through and want to help. We will walk you through every step of the process, explaining how removal proceedings work and if there is a way to avoid them. We guide you the entire way and make sure you understand your rights throughout.

Contact Our Law Firm

If you would like to put our legal experience to work in your immigration case, contact our law firm by calling our Southaven office at 662-253-7169 or sending an email using our online contact form. We are equipped to help immigrants in Mississippi and Tennessee. Contact us today. Se habla español.